Climate and Landscape
August was windy and cold at Desert Rhino Camp. At the beginning of the month the east wind blew from early morning to midday, forcing the camp staff to close flaps and office doors, and cleaning was an hourly errand. There were plenty of foggy mornings as well.
Animal sightings were plentiful around the concession, and guests and guides came back after every drive with huge smiles.
Elephant, lion, rhino, cheetah, spotted hyaena and meerkats were the highlights.
Bush dinners proved as popular as ever at Desert Rhino Camp this month, despite the cold evenings.
“It was a very classy touch that all the staff remembered our names and greeted us with smiles. Chief Bons was a fantastic guide who was very friendly and attentive to our needs. The whole team is a credit to your company and brand. We will make sure to tell everyone about this amazing place.”